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. the ntsb has tried to fix the problem. >> ntc for years has advocated for a change in state law that would require any car once it leaves the lot to actually have a license plate. >> reporter: but so far, they have had no success in sacramento. >> those folks that are using the toll bridges and not paying for that crossing put a greater on us who do pay our tolls. >> reporter: tonight i checked with the ntc and they said anyone who is caught violating the tolls and going through without a plate faces fines of $25 and up. they plan to continue working with the legislator to try and change the laws. reporting live in oakland, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now the ntc wants the legislature to require all vehicles to have either a permanent plate or a temporary numbered plate at all times. one proposal would be to require dealer to print and install temporary paper plates before a car leaves the lot. the number would then be entered into the dmv data base. >>> new at 10:00, oakland police are investigating a shooting at the value inn hotel at west mcarthur boulevard. it
is protesting that change. >> reporter: there's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have cause
and said tsa and i shook my head and he kept going. the fbi said law enforcement shot and wounded the gunman. a note on the suspect made his intend to harm the tsa clear. he addressed them in the letter and stated he wanted to "instill fear into their traitorous minds." >> law enforcement said ciancia originally from new jersey sent text messages to family saying he was unhappy and discouraged living in los angeles. >> it was to his little brother and they had concern about it. >> police say ciancia had no history of violence or record of mental illness. >> gerardo hernandez was with the tsa for eight years. he was devoted to his family and ready to help anyone in need. he came to southern california at the age of 18 and graduated from los angeles high school. he is survived by a wife, a son and daughter. >> people in the gunman's hometown are stunned by his arrest. >> i am trying to process it. >> police have been surrounding ciancia's family home. the suspected shooter lived at the home before moving to los angeles two years ago. flights in and out of the area are back to normal
haven't done anything wrong. they tried to follow their obligations in accordance with the law. >> reporter: the attorney says his client is getting out of the nursing home business. ken pritchett, ktvu news. >>> one of the most influential singer-song writers of a generation has died. lou reed died today at the age of 71. he's been called father of indy rock a punk poet who broke ground for the new wave punk and alternative wave movement of the 1970s, 80s an 90s. deena toley takes a look at his life and legacy. >> reporter: singer song writer and guitarist lou reed has died. reed was the legendary leader of the 60s cult bound velvet underground successfully opening rock music to the avant- garde. reed said he loved making the music he called beautiful. >> i'm trying to make something that is really simple. make something i would listen to. >> reporter: reed was sober since the 1980s following decades of hard partying. he thrived as a solo artist. he stayed true to his roots. >> everything that matters is out of new york. everybody knows that. >> reporter: fame awarded reed wit
>>> law enforcement is making its presence known this halloween as thousands of people head out for a night on the town. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. we go live to patti lee. >> reporter: frank, the castro is still the place to be. this is a celebration that draws people from not just the bay area, but the world too. but for others it's a yearly tradition. street theater at its best. for some a lot of planning to wear the perfect costume. >> we have kramer here, of course. >> elane. >> why? >> because we have to teach her how to dance. >> i'm a disco-naut. a disco astronaut. we've all carried out the same theme. >> reporter: city leaders scaled back the street party in recent years after a violent clash. police are on foot pushing people along. still fans say this remains a great celebration. >> i've always been a fan. i'm catholic, so this is a scare away the spirits. tomorrow it's the saintly day. >> reporter: earlier we saw police reprimand for public drunkenness. happy halloween, amber lee, ktvu news. >>> more details now in 2004 and 2005 a to
a semi automatic rifle into the world third's largest airport. >> reporter: law enforcement officials saying he is being heavily sedated and under armed guard. he said he acted alone and had been dropped off at the airport by a friend. his motivation appeared centered around a grudge. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he wanted to quote instill fear into their traderous minds. >>> a billion dollars is being spent here since 9/11. >> obviously this gives us great concern. >> reporter: despite shift changes for officers there's no way of telling whether friday's tragedy could have been averted. at l.a.x., dominique nilotali. >>> we also have this other story about airport activity. >> just days after the l.a.x. shooting a bomb scare today at the birmingham shuttles worth airport. an employee found a note in the men's bathroom warning that a bomb was in the terminal. they say that threat turned out to be a false. the terminal reopened two hours later. >>> the family of a sant
a month. >> reporter: a new law 30 speed up the processing to ten days, but that still doesn't close the loophole. reporting live in walnut creek, janet katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> engineers thought that project would take only four years and cost $1.4 billion. it actually took 11 years and cost $6.4 billion. today, contra costa county state senator, announced an investigative hearing next month. he's chairman of the senate transportation committee. committee members want to ensure that big projects in the future, including the high speed rail project stay on budget. >>> the university of california's controversial new president laid out her vision for the 10 campus system tonight. janet napolitano has been on the job for a month, but has kept a low profile until now. heather holmes is live with napolitano's pledge. >> reporter: napolitano has faced criticism for not doing more to stop the deportation of immigrants. she said she's going to set aside millions to help students who enter the country illegally. >> thank you members of the commonwealth club. >> reporter: in her fi
. the law enforcement armed. because the tsa is a regulatory body screeners are not armed but they are protected. according to aviation consultant mike mccarren there are panic buttons at security checkpoints and law enforcers are expected to respond within an agreed upon response time. generally one minute to 1-1/2 minutes. at l.a.x. authorities said they were on seen almost immediately. janet hayes a flight attendant for the past 20 years says despite today's shooting she feels safe going to work at airports. >> anything can happen any time any where. so this doesn't shake my confidence in going to work because, millions of people do this every single day without incident. >> reporter: aviation consultants say the only way to protect against what happened today would be to add another security checkpoint. some where on the outside to screen people before they walk inside the airport. in oakland, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> the obama administration says the fixes to the health care website were slow due to computer crashes but the experts working on the site say it is worki
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